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How to use python tostring?
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In Python, unlike in JavaScript, or Java, we do not actually have direct function "toString".

You can have it in one or two ways.

1. You can use ```str ( )``` Python function to change/cast the other Python data type to python string,

data = 1234
stringData = str(data)

2. or you can manually make your own function.
You can do so as in below:

```def toString(data):
        return str(data)

That's it.
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